As seen in the following videos published on Youtube,Feadship Project 808 - now named Symphony - was recently transported through narrow bridges in Alphen aan den Rijn. Her transportation is reportedly ahead of schedule, and one of the tugs delegated with her recent transportation was fitted with a bow thruster especially for the task.
The highly anticipated project is an immense six deck steel and aluminium 101.5 metre superyacht. Launched from the yard’s facilities on Kaag Island in the Netherlands, she is not only the largest vessel ever to be constructed by Feadship, but she is also the first Feadship yacht to be fully compliant with the new Passenger Yacht Code (PYC) regulations, allowing pleasure yachts to carry up to 36 passengers on board. Tim Heywood is responsible for her exterior design, whilst De Voogt Naval Architects undertook her naval architecture and Zuretti Interior Design created her interiors.
On board she accommodates up to 20 guests in total over six commodious cabins, including a double owner’s suite, a full beam VIP cabin, and four guest cabins on the lower deck. The owner’s suite is particularly impressive, boasting a full beam stateroom, a sauna, private office and study, as well as a forward terrace with al fresco dining for up to 20 guests, as well as a Jacuzzi. A crew of 27 are also accommodated for.
Amongst her extensive list of amenities on board are a six metre contraflow, glass bottom swimming pool complete with a waterfall located on the main deck, an outdoor cinema on the bridge deck, as well as a bar and large Jacuzzi on the sundeck. On the lower deck, her list of luxurious entertainment features continues, with a beach club and wellness centre, as well as a cinema, and inside, guests will be able to take advantage of a modern gym, beauty salon and massage room.
Fully ensuring all bases are covered in terms of entertainment and available activities, the fun continues with an enviable variety of tenders and water toys. This includes three custom Pascoe tenders ranging from 7.85 metres to 9.6 metres, two Seabobs, two wave runners, and a range of inflatable toys and windsurfing equipment.
She is due to be delivered by Spring of this year.